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SubjectRe: [2.6 patch] do not select NET_CLS
On Tue, Nov 22, 2005 at 02:37:13PM -0800, David S. Miller wrote:
>
> One thing we can do to prevent human
> mistakes, is to make the "make modules" pass do a quick "is vmlinux
> uptodate?" check, and if not print out an error message explaining the
> situation and aborting the "make modules" attempt.


I do not quite follow you here.

For a while I have considered implementing something that told why a
given file was compiled - like:

CC net/ipv4/ip_gre.o due to net/dsfield.h, net/xfrm.h
CC net/ipv4/raw.c due to include/config/ip/mroute.h

The latter is a config option that I do not see a possibility to change
back to a config option syntax (at least not without doing some effort).

My thinking was that 'make V=2' would give above printout.

But what you request is something that keep the dense printout without
building the kernel - right?

Any suggestion for an intuitive syntax to enable that?
'make -n V=2' will not do it.

Sam
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